Among the Best-Protected & Most Secure

Sobodien, Michael
May 2003
Nuclear Plant Journal;May/Jun2003, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p39
Trade Publication
Vouches for the safety of the nuclear power plants at the Indian Point Energy Center in New York. Possibility of accident and release of large amounts of radioactivity; Health implications for the citizens of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey; Analysis of risk factors; Emergency preparedness.


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